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M. A. WllXrJSSrjl, Liar! UTAH HtMtlllllM Hill !iiiiiiig UTAH NEWS. PeUr Eliis was adjudged lnaan (alt Lake and cotumitlcd to tht at ay-lum- . John Wing of Lhl wa erlouly injured in a mnaa ay hj being1 thrown from a vehicle. A majority of the countle of the late are reducing the salaries ol H IwuicdUKlJ uapnitd iatk-ofr-- of Original Madrid, Aug. l.'.-- Th government has received the protocol and approved It. M. (amlioo has been wired to sign it on liehaif of paitt. and it isexpeet-ef hostilities will be a suspension arranged before the day Is gone. The ucgotiat ions, according to Duke Almodovar ilc Ki, the minister of foreign affairs, will be conducted in Paris. In oilicial circle the terms of the United States are regarded as satisfactory. The populace accepts the. terms with resignation, LI Liberal says; "We accept the sacrifice, knowing the responsibility of the answer upon the government. The courie is to avoid all useless procedure, w hile the diplomats are quibbling. It is useless to make distinction in lunguuge In order to reach a conclusion which is inevitable and ulready known, while our blood continues to How in l'orto Rico and Manila.' During tin: last three years we have sacrificed too much blood. It is time to end it, aud this is the only aspect of the question that can at present be considered. the press is unable to discuss its other aspects. All delay in concluding an armistice is critical.'' county officers. l)r. A. C. Ewing of Salt Lake had hi foot caught iu an elevator, badly breaking his ankle. One of ths big tri es in California hat been christened Utah by tho park bourd in honor of thin stats. The Clear Lake Irrigation company has completed It ennui, and report plenty of water for the land under it. The Rear River country is harvesting a splendid crop of w heat. The befry is excellent Mid the yield nuusualiy heavy. The Logan city council has instruct ed the city marshal to strictly enforc, the ordiuance for the regulation of tht liquor tratiic. The most interesting evi nt in Prove this aeuon is to be a game of bull between the Enquirer employes and the county officials. Lieutenant Itriant II. Wells has been LAST DAY OF THE VAR. ordered from Fort Monroe to Utah, tc Mekliili-- r KiprnMira llrllr report to Governor Wells for duty with I'rmlilxnt la to ( an Farther ( urrwpottdB and Delay. ACSPAIN UNCONDITIONALLY CEPTS PEACE PROPOSALS. PablUhav. MURRAY, SPAIN'S REPLY INDEFINITE. FEACK IN SIGHT. AMERICAN EAGLE. Auy-w-u- Washington, Aug, 1L Th Spanish reply has been laid before th president and i being discussed. W bile it accepts the conditions named, it goes further and suggests several matter that have not before been bruached. From the best information obtain able, in treating each subject, Cuba, l'orto Hico, I.h!rune, Manila and peace commission, an acceptance in ome eases is understood to relat to conditions somewhat different to those laid down by the American governAs to Cuba, the American ment. terms demand the evacuation of the island without specifying the future The Spanish form of government. reply is said to accept the' principle that Spanish sovereignty over" Cuba will terminate, but it is understood to take up the future government of the island, and, because of the extent of the Spanish interests there, is said to take the view, either expressed or implied, that the United States should administer the affairs of the island. As to the, time of evacuating Cuba, this is a dutail which the Spanish reply is said to regard as among many which will he left to the commission for final determination. It Is believed another and more binding reply w ill be demanded from Spain. There is a disposition to leave a possible for the commission to wrangle over. It may require more correspondence and delay before a final understanding Is reached. as-lit- tle INVESTING MANILA. iliATTLE AT MANILA Iffl NOKTIIWKST : i Au unknown run was accidentaJf drowned recently in the Disc'.; foot, ntar Gold creek, Mont. artb Detail, of thi of Jul Spaniards Atirkr a Poitloa Held by tbf Fire almost completely destroyed the j A uierlt-ani Attacks LuimI Tnro Willi aud Her ciura! ore .sampling pliknt of the lmaurt out Took Fart Uoavj tucw Au.erteau Lom ta Uka ftfhllnf . works at Pueblo last week.- SO In Killed and V. ouuded. Nev , ha an orchestra w hieh five iaWashington, Aug 1. Further of yt;i:n composed San Francisco. Aug. . The Ltai, from Manila eak it seem prob benefit of the concerts tue for he pub battery A, who sailed for Ma , able that th city is being invested. ni'.a on the second expedition, hav ' The fighting at Maiate was kept up for tabiis!iment of The big mercantile had a taste of war. An advanced oosithree days, and hai probably been re-M.Mirath & at Thermopoll. tion they were holding, together with Higgins umd since the boat bringing the n totally destroyed by has new to Honirkorff left, which wa the First battalion California, Tenth flrIa.s 3'--' DEWEY CLE ARlMQ HIS FOR ACTION. t DECKS BATTERY A.UTAH VOLUNTEERS, IN THE ENGAGEMENT. t h I7 s Tus.-arora- , da-ta- ll i U. 1 1 j August 4. The Moneterey tad arrived and the Monadnock was expected the 0th. Ad miral Dewey was tripping his ships for action and there was activity ia Merritt' eommand. Admiral Dewey's fleet commands th trenche and camps of the Spaniards. Iheaituation in Manila Is critical. The light of thecitv are extinguished. All meat are exhausted. The defenses areacorden of trenche and a battery of nine guns. The big guns are directly in front. General Oreene's force, numbering 4000 men, had been advancing and en trenching. The arrival of the third expedition tilled the Spaniards with rage and they determined to give battle be fore Camp Dewey could be reinforced. The trenches extended from the beach, 300 yards to the hjft flank of the Insurgents. Sunday was the insurgent feast day and their left flank withdrew, leaving the American right flank exposed. Companies A and E of tha Tenth Pennsylvania and the Utah battery were ordered to reinforce the right flank. In th midst of a raging typhoon, with a tremendous downpour of rain, the enemy's force, estimated at 3000 men, attempted to surprise the camp. Our pickets were driven in and the tranches assaulted. The brave Pennsylvania men never flinched, but stood their ground under six-inc- h Pennsylvaniaand First battalion Third artillery, regulars, was stormed by the Spaniards on the night of July 31. attack was repulsed with heavy losses to the Spanish troops, estimated at 500 killed and wounded. About fifty in killed and wounded wa the loss to the American. after the arrival ol Immediately Oeueral Merritt, which occurred about was July 20, news of expected. His plans were to demand the surrender of the city, and to take steps to enforce the demand if necessary. It was not expected, however, that the Soaniards would be the aggressors. Like the campaign at Santiago, it was supposed they would lie in wait in trenches and behind breastworks and await the coming of the active-operation- enemy. j of the Superintendent J. 0. o'lK-arne Cheyenne shops has tendered his mcr- iu the will and engage ignation, cantile business at Diamond ville, Wyo. A surveying ..outfit is now engaged in running a preliminary line from Springvillo, Utah, up Hobble creek and over the divide eastward to Denver. A grng of thieves has rounded up a bunch of strays in the Highwood section, near Boeman, Mont., and Is con templatinjr running the horses to North Dakota. J. (I, Edwards the big: flock master of southern Wyoming. Colorado and Ut ah,"lias sii J bis en lire flock of sheep, numbering 4".0')0 head, totied.les and Bennett und the Cowun liros. Tho price paid was f;!.'Jj p? bead. The deal is the largest recorded iu Wyoming this year. Captain Caine's trooper's are now ordered to leave the Preside for and Seouoia parks August 11, The reason they did not start August 5 was owing to the department's failure to provide the requisite fifty-onmules on time. The troop will bo paid off before their departure. res-Th- 1 One of the first acts of Merritt was to surround the city of Manila, generally placing the troop immediately behind the insurgents. In some cases, however, where there were particuSH AFTER COME3 BACK. larly favorable positions, our troops 1 hat either displaced those of Aguinaldo or W ill lieneral Lawtun Torcst the Wtr moved up in fiont. It was one of the the t'tah national guard. Iu Culm. Washington, Aug. latter that the Spaniards attacked, and The Black Hawk war veterans will Washington, Aug. 11. A new geothe losses they sustained shows that up to midnight had received bold their annual reunion at t'rovo lake of has the army graphical department no oillciul reply from Spain, but th the attack was fierce. A 24 flue been created by direction of the presi resort, August and 25. procharacter of the news circulated by the On the American side it wa particuWhen shippers about Wray, Colo., 'lent. It is to be known as the departgram is being prepared. war agencies led him to say that, he an artillery engagement. The sent last larly ment, of Santiago aud is to consist of A year !i;o cars of wheat, or on of Charles Creer ol believed forces were probably in- 200,000 bushels, it was yesterday was the last day of all that attacking of culthought that a Cuba was which into a washed part Spanish Fork, already war. This, of course), does not anticifantry, seeking to "capture some big great record had been made, but tho has or may In the future come under vert near which he was playing and pate any delay in forwarding instruc- the control of the guns for defensive purposes, of which crop of IS'jH will mora than double United States. Major wa almost drowned when rescued. tions to Porto Rico or our forces in the they are believed to be sorely in need. that of lS'.il, conservative estimate t General W. Lawton ha een Henry It is thought the contributions to the Philippines. His possible that a batliattery A, the Utah buttery which placing the wheat, harvest which will withering fire. The alarm spread was in the Main monument fund through the tle may occur In either place after Mslgried to the command of the new engagement, is composed be billed over the Burlington railroad and tho First California regiment.with meetings recently held under call ol peace is announced, as did the battle of Salt Lake men. It was re- from largely Wray station this year at betwo companies of the Third artillery, th First presidency will reach ti,iOO. of New Orleans, iu 112, when General cruited to its maximum strength from tween .r)50 and 0".0 cars. who fight with rifles, were sent up to The new building of the Brigham Jackson won a noted victory three all over the state, but the nucleus and reinforce the Pennsylvanians. Th Guidon Scryeant Ives II. Cobb of Capof the recruits were from Salt Young' college at Logan, is neariiig dBys after peace had been declared. many were of tha trenche on the Caine's troopers, stationed at the tain tnemy top ocbe can forces lit Our Manila not reached Lake county. completion and will le ready for when these reinforcements arrived, Batteries A and B were mustered in- Presidio, Sau Francisco, has been recupancy at the beginning of the school except through Spanish source of ind never was the discipline of the to uudor four or live service at Fort Douglas, May 9, and duced to the ranks for nhsence from communication, year. regular better demonstrated than by left for Sun Francisco without leave, and for addressIn that time It is possible for a A young son of Joseph llcnsou ol days May 20. They camp the work of the Third artillery, under an . ing improper communication to hi to sailed happ.-nfor Manila on the Colon June in. Logan, had hi thigh badly broken by good many things V Captain O'Hara. oflicer. I.ance Corporal Nothing could be commanding A The officers of time at the a frightened horse which overturned I lltt In I'urto Kleu. 11. Cotrier was icen but flashes of Mauser rifles. Men of muster were: battery R. V. Perry promoted guidon a cart and trampled on the young Young; Captain, ran right up to the attacking SpanCape San Juan, Aug. I;'. The light first lieutenant, George W. Glbbs; sec- sergeant and Private Alex. Colbath fellow. house here was captured several days iards and mowed them down with reg-alond lieutenants, Ray C. Xaylor and W. was made lance corporal. The Logan counoil has rejected the eiuee and has been iu charge of forty volley. C. When the jury rendered a verdict in Webb; first seargent, Ethan E. proposition of C. Garff of Ogden for marines under command of Lieutenant The Utah battery, under Captain alien. Before sailing, however, Cap- the case against William Robinson of street for light- Atwater. Yesterday the Spaniard atfurnishing electricity Young, covered itself with glory. The tain Young was raised to tha rank ol Basin City, Wyo., charged with burmen pulled their guns through mud ing and other purposes, which was tempted to retake it. The Amphitrite, major, resulting in promotion for all glary, Robinson didn't wait for the based on using the city's plant. Cincinnati and Leyden, which were ixle deep. Two guns were sent around sNN.s ..vsi the officer, so it is probable that Cap- juoge to tell him he 'II mil on the flank aud poured in a destructive s Many fine farms and orchards in lying within range, opened on tho adtain Glbbs commanded the battery once leaped the Davis county northwest of Layton are vancing enemy und routed them with enfilading fire. the engagement. bar in The enemy was repulsed and retreat- - during ufferlng for water, the amount af a loss of 10(1 killed and many wounded. A special dispatch to the San Fran- - d The Spanish advance began from Rio MAJOTt fJEN. 11EXRY W. LAWTON. ed in disorder. forded by the Davis A, Weber Counties a infantry had ex cisco Examiner, under date of July. 31, Lir. . 1 b a us ted bail eanal not being sufficient to meet the j Gruntfe, whlthcp tho Spaniard .iSassfc."- -Says; cause dent follow the enemy. demand. retreated after the first landing of Leonard S. Wood A heavy engagement took place to- court room and Ezra P. Ewer Not an Inch of ground wa lost, but Lieutenant Wedgewood, who baa been troop at Cape Sau Juan last week. M his principal officers. Ceneral Wood between the American and Spannight The democrats of Wyoming have the scenes in the trenchts was one detained In a hospital at San Francisco, They marched through l.uquillo and will continue to aot as ish forces at Malate. The troops en- nominated a state military ticket as follow; down to American flag at the never be Imforgotten. suffering from typhoid fever, fulled and Santlngo City." Shaftcr will gaged were the First Battalion of Cal- II. C. Alger, Sheridan, the Spanish flag. replaced flashe of governor; C. P. the to unable During travel. lightening proving, though yet ifornia volunteers; Tenth PennsylvaThe opened tire with a return to the United States with his 3ead and wounded could be seen Arnold, Laramie, congressman; C. E. He will join hit command in Manila as machineSpaniards lying" lino of at distance a gun nia, first battalion, Third artillery, yards. army. in blood and red water, but neither tha lilydenburg, Rawlins, supreme court; soou a he is able to make the voyage. The Leyden, Ensign Crnsley commandregular) and Battery A, Utah. Luke Voorhees, Cheyenne, treasurer; a rushed hundred heaven llements of within nor the destructive yards of Three patriotic Salt Lake boys, all ing, SPAIN FORCINQ TO TERMS. Our loaaes were nine killed and C. IT. Priest, Evnuston, the shore and poured could of man auditor; J. F. of a power proring cry under 10 years of age, were up In police into the Spaniards. Captain Rarcluv wounded. The Spanish loss Brown, Sheridan, state superintendent; latn Must Aniwer Yrs or No lo Our Tear test from the wounded. They encour-ige- d court last week for pelting a Spaniard of the Amphitrite used wa upward of S00 killed and 300 David Miller. Rock Springs, secretary rrnpusalii. their comrades to fight and hand-i- d wounded. with stonea TheSaniard Is a natur- and the Cincinnati live inch guns. of state. Brown and Miller are silver 11. "Ml The Washington, The Aug. landed men admin over their ships cartridge belU. during tho alized American citizen who formerly Our volunteers made a glorious deand reiuforced the lighthouse. Istratlon Is not pleased with the tight republicans. the the soouts During night reply Spanish fense against upwards of 3000 of an taugh Spanish In Salt Luke's schools, A machine gun, rillesaml ammunition lent by Spain to its One by one the freight crews stapeace proposals. were seen carrying off dead and and objected to the zealous patriotism were left by the retreating Spaniards. force. The battle raged for attacking The reply is hedged about with provi-lion- s wounded of the tioned Amerl-sa- n at Laramie, and which have The is Our on the still enemy. flag lighthouse, but three hours. displayed. and ambiguous phrases which been running west from that city ever the forces have been withdrawn. dead were buried next day in the Contracts are signed for the construcThe Ampliitrlte's guns cover the would afford Spain au since the Union Pacific was built, are Counrmed From tendon. opportunity to sonvent of Mar&osban. tion of a railway from Mil ford to State-line- , lighthouse, ready to annihilate it if escape some of the conditions of the On the night of Aug. 1 the fighting A dispatch from being transferred to Cheyenne, and the 9. is Loudon, is our hauled down. It Aug. one of Utah. The old Pioche grade will tlag peace proposal when the final t wa renewed, but the enemy had been becomes more apparent every day Hongkong says: "The German steamer fact be used. David Eeclea, K, C. Lund, C the important lights on the island. is left to a commission. a leson, and made the attack Petrarch left Manila August 6th, and that Laramie as a division point, will taught W. Sibley and A, W. McCune ar A protocol has been drawn NO MURE POWDER SMOKE. t long range, with heavy artillery. up and has arrived here. She reports that the be abandoned entirely before many financlslly interested la the road. The to Spain, which she is asked to lent The Utah battery replied and the Spanish soldiers at Manila attacked months. At the present time six crews Line rollrails will and Short furnish Hmnkeless I'owiler I'rmlilril Kor The llgn under threat of withdrawal of artillery duel lasted an hour. One the American arc running through from Cheyenne to ing itock and take the bonds of the Xprliigllrnl Klltca. camp on the night of new company for payment. This Is the peace negotiations It is thought an man wa killed, rfe wa Fred Spring-iteaThe Spanish forces were Rawlins. list. U July ordiThe Washington, Los to Aug. route arid proposed Angeles, immediate and favorable reply will be First Colorado, and two men over S000 strong. They charged the An attempt was mado to nance department of the army has suc- made. M. may be the starting of that line. poison Mr. Cumbon for the Spanish and wounded. American line several times. The fire Summerall, a well known resident of State Fish and (lame Warden Sharp, ceeded at lust in scouring a smokeless Secretary Day for this government On the night of Aug. 2 the artillery broke the Spanish center aud they re- Palisade, Nev., last week', by someone. who has been on an outing to the Up- powder adapted for use in the Spring- will then sign the document, which 4nel was renewed. Two men were treated. Later field with which all rille, the they mado a second placing strychnine in tin- teakcttla of Provo the fish nearly statea that river, per will then become binding upon both badly wounded, and arc reported dead, jharg but shortly retreated to the water which was used in making mush volunteer troops are armed. The poware disappearing. Ue dies not attriwhich brings the total dead to 13, with bushes, keeping up an incessant fire. for breakfast. Mr. Summerall with the small bore nud re- parties. parbute this to dynamite and unlaw- der Used rifles The delay in the negotiation caused ten in was too powerful and a peating were killed ami took of the mush and was made vioEleven American hospital mortally hurt. ful means of fishing, so much as special powder hail to be procured. by the Rending of the protwol will thlrty-stsvewounded. Spanish losses lently ill, with all the syptoms of to the building of irrigation dttms This is now coining in from the manuTO PAROLE PRISONERS. probably not exceed is hour. where barnyard manure is used. Aside facturers and turned lived into During the fightiug strychnine poisoning, but after much reported great bring from the befouling effect of the ma- ammunition in Cncle Sain Often to Release lubor the attending physician succeedSpaniards the rebel remained neutral." large quantities. nure, there is suiilcient ammounia In Hampton 1'romnte-- Above Cspured With Cerverav. ed in saving the man's life. Suspicion th polluted river water to poison I (ah Volunteer ttomuled. UTAH MAN DISCHARGED. Aug. n. The pros, Washington, Aug. 9 The United points to certain neighbors. very tish for miles below th dams. Salt Lake, Aug on mem- dent has determined to recommend tc States has magnanimously offered to fn Account of HUahtltty llttlug- Inrurreil The White Mountain Indian Senator Teller of Colorado was in ber of the Utah volunteer bnttcries is congress that agent "Acting Hear Admiral parole the 1300 Spanish naval prisoner Mot In l ine of Duty, has taken a party of Arizona Indians Salt Lake last week, on a pleasure trip o fsr reported as Wing injured in tho Sampson be advanced eight numbers tken at the destruction of Admiral Presidio, Sau Francisco, Aug. to the Omaha exposition. The through the northwest, lie exprcse battle at Mnlnte, near Manila. This and Commodore Schley six numbers. Cervera s fleet, whenever Spain is ready party Ilawley arriv- comprise twenty fine specimens of the Sergeant the hop that the ailter force will one is Joseph Winkler, who, before This will result in making each a rear to repatriate them. With th excep- ed here yesterday, having made the unite in Utah a they did iu Colorado. Apache Indian ten bucks aud ten joining the army, resided at J and admiral, but with Commodore Schley tion of offiwrs, who are enjoying from Salt Lake at his own expense. squaws, some of the latter II believe that the India mint will Third streets, in this trip quite beaucity, and was ranking immediately below Admiral American hospitality within the limits He was examined by a medical board tiful. be rewpened. Co. 'a commisKlenke.v. at Clark of of OreSampson. Captain employed the Annapolis, the bulk of thea pris- here, and the board decided todischarge A large delegation The grain ami lucern crops la the sion house. Mr. Winkler is in battery gon, will be recommended for an ad- oners are conSned of Shoshone In- to the naval station bim from service, without pay, trans dians will nartie;rml,. in ti, I"- i-. iiLier vicinity of Circleville, Fiute county, II, Captain tirnnt. Ills wound is said vance of six numbers in the enptaiu'a at Portsmouth, wbere i they have the portation or allow ance 1"" i u" uc- - celebration at .... .. are aufTering from drouth. The water to be blight and one from which he grade and Lienteuaut Cl.v.,,,. Commander liberty of a large picturesque Uland eount of .. will soon recover, lie is a young man disability being Incurred not '. at t he venue left T he will supply ha run so low that many have ofalHiut .'1 or '."1 agent eiirht and Wainwright are comfortably quartered end fed iii number. go up in line ui ou,,. a iic i'nj.-iiyears of a;re, and un- Other imiv uuccu i. , ,nn,..r entiivlv to the given up hopes of rescuing their luIndians, promotions throughout the tieet In temporary buildings erected ep married. to Washington for approval. sent w hose uuanimons verdi t w as to ao- cern and are bending all their energies will be recommended. for their use. cially Mrn Who Will iove.rn NnntltK. ccpt the iuvitation. to save their grain. lmpoBalbl to Nav the I'ulnn. Sol.lUr Taken From shrlrf. NO MORE TROOPi. Dan Couglilnn, a boy Is 8. Santiago, Aug II. Major tieneral del Tho wreckF.Me, The petition to the president not to Aug. Fla , Aug. Playa liarto, years of age, Tillis steamer Potomac lias arrived at the was drowned in the Bitter Hoot river OeD.ral mum Send. Word That H Ha release the Philippines, which was Henry W. Lawton has been appointed went to Lakeland for a negro ing charged military governor of the department of with selling H,,Uor. He arrested his scene of the battle of July 3, and has near Carlton, Mont , w hile fishing, one fcnoof h, proposed by the recent mining conand Wood Santiago, Krigadirr The day last week. Ilewasout with two mau aud had him on the car. While Washington, Aug. 9. The secretary visited the Cristobal Colon. gress, ha been dropped, the officer In has been ropiestcd to remain as govof to in a be of bad young men of bis own nve and attempther war wrecker has for the very the report to charge believing tho government, betrain pull out ?5 or 'dispatch waiting stopped of the city of Santiago under 30 of the Tenth to Porto Rico. situation and they fear it Impossible to ed to cross the river below Tom ing better iuforiucd, can best acttle ernor in negro regi- further reinforcement cavalry timers! Lawton. ltrlgadicr tiencral ment) walked Into the car ranch. the matter without interference. and demand- General Miles reported by cable thl save her. The Maria Teresa has not F.ra P. Ewers has been appointed gov- ed that th sheriff release his command yet been floated. The auxiliary gunThe hi that harvest of the Yuma, Colo., wheat th9 morning flirceat John A. Lewis, the Kuysville young prisoner. ernor of the city of tiuantannino. This SherltT Tillis refused to do, and wai ample fur the purpose of complet- boat Vixen has returned to Guantan-amsection I nearly completed. The man who was injured at the Silver grain The Twentj-rii's- t and the balauce of In a moment he bay from Santiago. Othcrwisu will run from 8 to 1.1 bushel to the was looking down V'S ing the eonipicstof the island. King mine in Tarn City recently, riled the Seventy-firs- t embarked ... I regiments .M..t...H there has been no movement of the a. rc, both the yield and acreage Thi leaves a;i 0( General Wade' i vi at St Mark' hospital, Salt Like, lust ir,vn,,-uiurcis. 'i.i i ne soldiers being and the embarkation of the then took the the American fleet week. A rock wa dropped yesterday, largely In excess of last year. About PH) prUotier from the sheriff provisional corps of 19 regiment tlll vessels comprising Second division begins today. in the United at this point. and walked off with him. wheat cars, or TS.fHsi bushels, w ill be on him from bove by a fellow workStatea from Yuma this season. shipped man, crushing hi head. Danvur. Telrgmith I lnr Kitrmled, at HrKSrdlnt the turll.u. Chaplain PnlarU leavlnc Cuba. The troubles of .1. C. Teller, nephew man named Miller, who elalms to Washington. Au. P.'- .- Colonel Allen, Brussels, Aug. 1(1 An exceedingly Denver, Colo., Aug. P. Chaplain J. Santiago, Aug, pi The embarkation hil from Funks, bad his hand crushed who is now at Ponce, Porto Kico, sends doubtful story is published by th Soir "t the tick Spaniard on the Allcaot P. Melullre of the battleship Oregon 'f Senator Teller ,,f Colorado, who cut ,eiti) tieson government land s a most by a train in the railroad yard at Echo. the information that the telegraph Iu this city iu a dispatch, from Barcealong pitiful ,ight Tbey were delivered a lecture at the Trinity atretoh-er- , church. He had previously been drinking and lines have been extended, first, from lona, which says that at a recent meet- brought from the He told of the remarkable llrush. creek in southern Carbon counhospital on fallen asleep with his hand on the Tonce through (lunyama and Arroyo to ing of the Carllst leaders it was decidin wagons and upon the bck oi trip of th Oregon from San Fraucisec ty. Wy , w ithout permission. and w hose track. He wa arrested and placed in the headquarters of tiencral Itrooke; ed to Immediately take action and that their comrade. 0(.,n scarcely stronger to join Sampson' fleet, and also de- ties were ei.cd reccnt'y by a special second, through (iuaiatna to the headTh scribed th part the Oregon took in a rent of the luterior department, are orders wer Issued for the Carlists tc tl'n the jail at Coalville. mpl, theV 1st. of Wilson; (ieneral third, is decks and quarters the destruction of Cerrera fWt. He temporarily- at an end. Mr. Teller It further were Andrew Hendrlckaon said to be relined aith officer who Willed William Tunhrldge at Levan the i4th, through Arjuntas and Utuatado to the ported that Don Carlo persnnallv enwho supported or carried thelt poke in the most complimentary signed a ejntrs.'t ith Uncle Sam to baa Wen held to the district court on headquarters of (ieneral Stone, and, ter Spain on Monday or Tuesday next 'ies and (Uughter. The American term of Cptaiu Clark and his fight- ; ny, at any time he was culled upon to oo so, the full market value of the a charge of murder in the first degree. fourth, along the roast totlusniea, thus and that in th meauwhil ls.iss) rlflci wag.m, snd roK,lJOCc brought cart ing aeamea. Chaplain Meltitire giv. the Oregon the bulk of the ered.t foi tics. There are tow ino.oon tic in Hendrickson ha manifested symptoms placing thiscountry in direct communi- and quautltle of" ammunition. hav loads of miserable, colorless skeleton the the annihilation of the Spanish t'met ooiii at Fort Steele. He has been alth Carlist It ws a of insanity, but look a deep lute rest cation with more than half the island. on July 3. 'P',U- lowed to cll his ties to the U, P. o tLe preliminary trial. 0r. y e ar y Senator Frank J. Cannon has returned to New York, by request of the First Presidency, on business connected with the church. Sisters Florence B. Thatcher and Luna A. Farrcll, who are with their husbands in Holland, have been ap- i pom leu reguui uiiMmuii in oi uie church to labor in the Netherlands i mission. Elder Joseph fl. GedJes of Preston. Idaho, has been appointed second counselor to President (ieoi ge C. Parkinson of the Oneida stake of Zion, that vacancy having been caused by the elevation of Elder M. F. Cowley to theapos-tleship- . During the last week of July and week of August, Dr. James E. Taliuage, of the University of Utah, delivered illustrated lectures on "Utah and its People," in the following lead- Newcastle-on-Tyne- , ing cities of Great Britain: Norwich, London, Bristol, Leeds, liarnhley, GlasNottingham, gow, Belfast and Liverpool, the first Latest advices from Germany that Elders E. A. Larkin and state C. C. Richards have been expelled from Ilauover, and the elders laboring in Hamburg have also received notice to leave. This is supposed to grow out of the unfriendly feeling at present entertained by some portions of the German people to the United States. The Iosepa Pioneer day falls this year on Sunday, the 2Stb of August. President Guff and the colonists have decided to celebrate the occasion, commencing on Saturday evening with a concert: on Sunday, the 2Sth, the colony conference, und instructions, etc., by the "Alakais'' and visitors, and on Monday, '.'fltli, by a Hawaiian feast, music, etc. Stake annual Sunday school conferences will be held during September as follows: Woodruff stake, September 3 and 4; Summitt and Beaver, September 10 and 11; Oneida and Kanab, September 17 and 18; Weber and Panguitch, September 24 and 25. The Heaver stake conference will be held at Adamsville. On the last day of the Summit stake quarterly conference, between the hours of 12 and 2, the baptism of some eighteen or twenty children was performed by Elder W. II. Brand, under the direction of Bishop Wright. They were all confirmed members of the church at the water's edge. The spot was a beautiful one and was picturesque indeed. A large number of people were present to witness the performance of this sacred ordinance. A strong effort is being made to strengthen the settlements of the in 'i,,.T.,n rln . V I gov-irnor- forty-- four ettle-tnen- - n , nly - " - .. . !""' ti.. eritT Mc-I.al- o Hrt'i ambl. rohd heart-rarin- trae half in good prairie with water free for two years to u, first settlers. There is an abundance of coal for fuel near at hand. The district will be settled in hamlets, to give the people the advantages of day and Sabbath schools, and ward organizations of the church will be established as soon as practicable. New York Evening Pott: "Several months ago mention, was made of the surprising activity of Mormon missionaries and ciders in North Carolina, aud the large number of people whom they had converted. Notwiththe summary manner in which several of the elders have been 'run out' of the state, they are as in South Carolina as they are here. The announcement comes from Ceutreville, S. C, a town about ten or twelve miles from Riilgevvay, that during the week commencing August 8, the Mormon elders in that section of the state will hold a conference there, and that there nre ninety-odregular .Mormon elders, constantly ut work in that territory. It is estimated that there are between 200 and 300 Mormon workers now successfully engaged in the work of conversion in the standing Caro-linas- ." Apostles John Henry Smith and Abraham Owen Woodruff and President S. B. Young were in Hebcr attending the quarterly conference, which was largely attended by the people from the different parts of the county aud elsewhere. Charles H. Ablviler lias arrived at his home in Hebcr from a three years mission to tho southern states. A public reception was tendered him on th .Mil inst,, in the Turners' hall, under the auspices of the twentieth quorum of seventies. The Summit stake quarterly conference was held at Coalville July 3D and 31. a very fair representation of the stake and war ! authorities, ollleers of the various quorums of the priesthood and of the stake orgnniatioua being present. Apostle lleber Grant wa present and sp ike at three of the meetAnderson of Brig-baings. Elder was also present and gave a short but very interesting address. Other speakers were President W. W. Cluft and Couuselera Eldredge and Pack and Bishop F. S. A (wood of ICamas. i The fast meetings in Salt Lake stak and vicinity Sunday. August 7, were largely attended mil great interest was manifested. The eonurination were large, and the numbrrof children blessed were i;rpri.sivie ly large. Hans Peterson of Salt Lake City goes as missionary loCnpc nhagen next Thursday. August i, fur three year. Brother Mo, ris of Salt Lake City delivered a lei Mire on "rpain" at the Nineteenth wn.'d meeting last Sunday evening, under the tu.ves Y. M. A Y, L. M. I. A.